four-lane four-lane

Definition(s):

  • (adj) having two lanes for traffic in each direction

Usage(s):

  1. Now effectively a suburb of the capital, it boasts two four-lane highways that are filled with streams of cars from early morning until late at night.
  2. To make room, a pair of two-lane roads will be widened to four-lane divided highways.
  3. For the first part of the five-hour trip, the road is a smooth four-lane highway that whisks you past gleaming gas stations and a brand-new Samsung TV factory.

News

  1. US 34 bypass to add 4 lanes in Henderson County

    Illinois officials are announcing the start of construction on a four-lane U.S. 34 bypass in Henderson County.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: KWQC-TV 6 Davenport

  2. All four lanes open between Casper and Bessemer Bend Road on Highway 220

    The new four-lane highway between Casper and Bessemer Bend Road opened this week to the joy of nearby residents.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Casper Star-Tribune

  3. Construction of four-lane section of US-34 approved

    The Biggsville Bypass will relocate US-34 to south of Biggsville and include almost six-miles of four-lane expressway.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: WQAD Moline

Quotes

  1. "A four-lane highway between Williston and Minot is a key factor in expanding the economy of Western North Dakota, and is a very important part of the development of our energy infrastructure," Hoeven said. "Now the businesses and residents...
    on Oct 9, 2008 By: John Hoeven Source: KXMC

  2. "You're not going to build any bridges or build a lot of four-lane highways doing it in that manner," Rants said.
    on Apr 10, 2008 By: Christopher Rants Source: Mason City Globe Gazette

  3. "It's going to be a boon to this region of the country," said Mr. Shuster, who left office in 2001. "There's nothing mystical about this; this is what happens when you replace an antiquated roadway with a modern four-lane highway."
    on Dec 27, 2008 By: Bud Shuster Source: New York Times

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